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A breast cancer diagnosis is frightening and confusing. It is a sudden dive into an unfamiliar world of medical treatments and terms. It also affects family and friends, work and finances. Here are a few perspectives on how cancer affects a patient’s life.

For many people, working with a psychiatrist or psychologist or joining a support can help navigate the feelings that come with cancer. Click here to watch a short video.

No one wants cancer, but most patients will tell you that there are beautiful moments on the journey. 

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Patients struggle between taking time off and continuing to work. Some don’t have a choice.

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Hair affects appearance and self-esteem every day. Most women spend more money on their hair than any other aspect of grooming. So, what is it like to suddenly be bald?  In the past few years, chemo cold caps have helped women retain their hair.Click here to watch a short video.

This website is only intended to provide guidance and suggestions to cancer patients and their friends, loved ones and caregivers. It is not intended to replace medical care or doctor’s advice.